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Libya, Tunisia reach initial agreement to reopen borders and resume flights

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Government of National Accord (GNA), on Wednesday, said it had reached an agreement in principle with its Tunisian counterpart to map out an urgent, unified health protocol between both countries, to be followed shortly afterwards by the reopening of air space between the …

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The Volatile Tunisia-Libya Border: Between Tunisia’s Security Policy and Libya’s Militia Factions

The 2010–2011 uprisings disrupted a long-standing informal arrangement governing border trade between Tunisia and Libya. Over the following decade, as Libya disintegrated into mutually hostile fiefdoms, Tunisia maintained its unity, transitioned from authoritarian to democratic rule, and increasingly shunned official dealings with competing Libyan power centers. As such, grassroots cross-border …

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Mitiga Airport suspends air traffic after hit by Haftar’s militias

Update: Flights resumed after a brief suspension Air traffic has been suspended once again at Mitiga International Airport due to its incessant bombing, a statement on the airport’s Facebook page says. The media office of the Volcano of Rage Operation had confirmed earlier today, that the airport and the area adjacent …

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Libya, Tunisia reach agreement on developing crossing procedure at Ras Ijder border

The Presidential Council’s head, Fayez Al-Sarraj confirmed that they have reached an agreement with the Tunisian authorities to develop the procedures running the Ras Ijdir crossing-border and to solve all problems that hinder the passenger’s movement.

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